An instructor reported that he got two Inbox messages from students that said "This most likely happened because you imported course content without its associated files. This student wrote:" and that's where they ended. The students did not send the messages. When I looked at Page Views to see what a student was doing at the time the message was sent, I found that she had clicked on a file link. When I clicked on that link, I saw this:
I'm guessing that the student clicked on "Send" without entering any text (hence the "This student wrote: "), but where the rest of the message came from, I can't figure out. I tried entering a test message and hitting send, but the teacher did not get my message (at least not yet). It does not appear to generate a ticket (I searched the support site). I also can't find any documentation on this. The only thing I found in the community was Broken Link: More Data Included in the Message feature request, which may or may not be referring to this.
What I'm really trying to figure out:
- Where does this message go?
- Is it supposed to go to the instructor's inbox under the student's name?
- Is "This most likely happened because you imported course content without its associated files" some standardized text, or did a Canvas agent intercept and investigate at some point?